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On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz interviews Mayor Andy Schor about the wave of mass shootings and what it means to the Lansing community.
Arts editor Audrey Matusz interviews Asio Aviance, also known as Corey Northern, about growing up gay in Lansing during the '90s and the valuable lessons she's picked up along the way.
City Pulse music writer Rich Tupica interviews Chris Wardell about his brother Nate Wardell. Nate died from complications related to spina bifida, a birth defect that, in Nates’s situation, required the use of a wheelchair. Since then, Christopher, a board member of the Michigan Disability Rights Coalition, has hosted the Night for Nate concert and fundraiser, which was hosted Sunday at Moriarty’s Pub.
Listen to City Pulse On the Air every Sunday, 10 a.m., on Impact 89 FM.